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Attendance is limited to fifteen to keep the focus on interaction. Most of our meetings use a case-centered framework where attendees become the Board. And the Board must wrestle with the dilemmas in the case.
Discussions are turned into podcasts and are available on boardoptions.com.
LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED.
Location for all meetings, unless otherwise noted:
Board Options at Riverside Center
Exit 22 on Route 128 is one Exit North of Route 9/Route 128 and one Exit South of Route Mass Pike/Route 128.
Get off at Exit 22 (Wellesley-Newton). Follow the signs for Grove Street/Newton. Coming from Route 128, 275 Grove Street is immediately past the Riverside Train Station on your left.
January 31. "Finance Concerns Every Board Director Needs to Think About." Ellen Richstone, public company board director.
February 28. Case: "The General Counsel recommends the Board allow third party Board of Director compliance monitoring; the Chair says, "No Way!" Vincent L. DiCianni, Esq., Affiliated Monitors, Inc.
March 28. Case: "The Board of Directors Confronts Data Privacy & Data Security with the Realities of Digital Marketing: GDPR Meets CCPA in the Marketplace." Daryl Crocket, CEO of ValidDatum and Executive in Residence at Bryant University.
April 25. Case: "The #MeToo Movement Enters the Board Room: now what!!??" Alison Reif, Partner at Choate Hall & Stewart.
May 30. Case: "The Board Wants the CEO to Create a More Innovative Corporate Culture: how does the Compensation Committee set a reward system for the CEO when we are so focused on quarterly/annual results?" Dr. Henrik Totterman, President of Leadx3m; Business Correspondent with BusinessFM; and Professor of Practice at the Hult International Business School.
June 27. Case to be Decided. Ed Marsh, Jr.
July 25. Case: "The C Suite Stages a Mutiny Against the CEO Elected by the Board." Elaine Eisenman.
August 29. Case to be Decided. Larry Siff.